SHARKFEST: CAMO SHARKS: Researcher Gibbs Kuguru on new National Geographic project – Exclusive Interview

Chumming to attract Great Whites to be photographed as part of the color testing experiments in CAMO SHARKS | ©2022 National Geographic/Fiona Ayerst

It’s summer. This means it’s time for vacations, heat waves, and National Geographic’s SharkFest. SharkFest celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, with nearly thirty hours of new programming spread over four weeks. First up is CAMO SHARKS, premiering Sunday, July 10, at 10 PM on National Geographic, then debuting on Disney XD on July 16, and Nat Geo Wild on August 1. In CAMO SHARKS, shark scientists Dr. Ryan Johnson and PhD candidate Gibbs Kuguru investigate whether Great White sharks can change their color to blend in better with their surrounds. The duo also investigates new coloration in rare black-tipped […]Read On »

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SHARKFEST: Shark expert Ryan Johnson on SHARK VS. SURFER and SHARK VS. WHALE- Exclusive Interview

SHARKFEST Key Art 2020 | ©2020 National Geographic

National Geographic’s SHARKFEST is taking a mighty bite out of the schedule, extending five weeks, July 19 through August 22, on both National Geographic and National Geographic Wild. The shark-themed documentary films are also available on National Geographic on Demand and on Hulu the day after telecast premiere. Marine biologist Ryan Johnson is involved in two of this year’s SHARKFEST documentaries, SHARK VS. SURFER and SHARK VS. WHALE. Johnson has largely specialized in the study of Great White sharks, though in recent years, he has expanded his work to include a variety of sharks in the tropics off the coast […]Read On »

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